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AVENELL & FOSTER

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Marriages Sep 1842 Guildford 4 143
AVENELL James & FOSTER Mary Anne

Marriage Register
St Nicholas Guildford Surrey
7th Aug 1842
James AVENELL of full age Bachelor Farmer of St Nicholas Father = James AVENELL Farmer
Mary Ann FOSTER of full age Spinster of Farnham Father = William FOSTER Nurseryman
Both bride and groom signed
Witnesses: William FOSTER who made his mark and Frances FOSTER

Deaths Dec Qtr 1860 AVENELL James [75] South Stoneham 2c 28

Probate
AVENELL James. 8 March. The Will of James Avenell formerly of Crookham Common but late of Park-road Freemantle both in the County of Southampton Brick and Tile Maker deceased who died 9 November 1860 at Park-road aforesaid was proved at Winchester by the oaths of Elizabeth Avenell of Park-road aforesaid Widow the Relict and John Houghton of Bath-row Birmingham in the County of Warwick Gentleman the Executors. Effects under £450.

Births Dec 1860 AVENELL Richard Goodhall Farnham 2a 90 mmn FOSTER

Baptism Register St Andrew Farnham Surrey
Richard Goodall son of Mary Ann AVENELL of East Street. Baptised privately 10th Dec 1860. Mother - Single Woman. Received into the Church 24th March 1869.

Hampshire Advertiser 8 June 1861
Pursuant to an order of the High Court of Chancery made in the matter of the estate of
James Avenell, deceased, and in a cause "George Vansumren Avenell an infant, by
Mary Ann Avanell, his next friend, against Elizabeth Avenell and John Houghton", the
Creditors of James Avenell, formerly of Crookham Common, in the county of Southampton
brick and tilemaker, and late of Freemantle, in the same county, who died in or about the
month of November 1860.

Aldershot Military Gazette 2 November 1861
AFFILIATION CASE.- Richard Goodall, pipemaker of Winchester, was summoned for neglecting
to contribute to the support of the illegitimate child of Mary Ann Avenell, of which he was the
putative father. Mr. White appeared for the compaintant. After hearing the evidence, the
magistrate made an order for 2s. 6d. per week.
 
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